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  • FLORENCE M
        The small ferry FLORENCE M. at an unknown location - possibly Long Lake or Thunder Bay Island
      The small ferry FLORENCE M. at an unknown location - possibly Long ...
  • CITY OF MACKINAC
        CITY OF MACKINAC was a passenger and freight steamer built in 1893.
      CITY OF MACKINAC was a passenger and freight steamer built in 1893.
  • Tug FRANK W.
        Tug FRANK W was built in 1891 and owned by Frank W. Gilchrist of Alpena until about 1899.
      Tug FRANK W was built in 1891 and owned by Frank W. ...
  • FLORENCE M
        The small ferry FLORENCE M. at an unknown location.
      The small ferry FLORENCE M. at an unknown location.
  • CITY OF MACKINAC
        D & C [Detroit & Cleveland] steamer, CITY OF MACKINAC, aground at mouth of Thunder Bay River. July 1918.
      D & C [Detroit & Cleveland] steamer, CITY OF MACKINAC, aground at ...
  • Tug ARTHUR D.
        "Tug ARTHUR D., 1905"
      "Tug ARTHUR D., 1905"
  • USS MAINE
        The USS MAINE was commissioned in 1895, and was destroyed by an explosion in 1898 that triggered the outbreak of the Spanish-American War. One of the cannons from the MAINE, dedicated in 1912, sits on the lawn of Alpena's City Hall.
      The USS MAINE was commissioned in 1895, and was destroyed by an ...
  • Middle Island:  Unidentified Package Freighter
        An unidentified package freighter sailing past Middle Island.
      An unidentified package freighter sailing past Middle Island.
  • CITY OF MACKINAC and GOLDEN EAGLE in Thunder Bay River
        Passenger steamer CITY OF MACKINAC and tug GOLDEN EAGLE in the Thunder Bay River at Alpena, Michigan.
      Passenger steamer CITY OF MACKINAC and tug GOLDEN EAGLE in the Thunder ...
  • Wreck of the GEORGE M. COX
        "Wreck of Passenger Steamer GEORGE M. COX, Isle Royale, May 17, 1933"
      "Wreck of Passenger Steamer GEORGE M. COX, Isle Royale, May 17, 1933"
  • Passenger Steam PILGRIM
        Steamer PILGRIM coming into the mouth of the Thunder Bay River.
      Steamer PILGRIM coming into the mouth of the Thunder Bay River.
  • Sidewheel Steamers CITY OF CLEVELAND, FLORA, and CITY OF MACKINAC in the Thunder Bay River, c1896.
        Sidewheel Steamers CITY OF CLEVELAND, FLORA, and CITY OF MACKINAC in the Thunder Bay River, c1896.
      Sidewheel Steamers CITY OF CLEVELAND, FLORA, and CITY OF MACKINAC in the ...
  • Steamer in Thunder Bay River
        A Detroit and Cleveland Navigation Company steamer (Grummond's Mackinac Line) tied up in the Thunder Bay River, Alpena, Michigan during the winter.
      A Detroit and Cleveland Navigation Company steamer (Grummond's Mackinac Line) tied up ...
  • Vessel SCRANTON of the Huron Portland Cement Company
        The package freighter SCRANTON was built in Cleveland in 1883. It is picture here near the Huron Portland Cement Company around 1913 when it carried bagged cement and was owned by the Sidney C. McLouth Transit Company.
      The package freighter SCRANTON was built in Cleveland in 1883. It is ...
  • Alpena Board of Commerce Band
        photo by Garlock [sp?] U.S.S. Arizona Oct. 17 - 1923
      photo by Garlock [sp?] U.S.S. Arizona Oct. 17 - 1923
  • PEWABIC Copper
        Stacks of copper salvaged from the passenger vessel PEWABIC, which sank from a collision with the METEOR in 1865.
      Stacks of copper salvaged from the passenger vessel PEWABIC, which sank from ...
  • Thunder Bay River
        The Thunder Bay River at Alpena showing schooners and lumber stacks stretched along the river banks.
      The Thunder Bay River at Alpena showing schooners and lumber stacks stretched ...
  • Thunder Bay River
        The Thunder Bay River at Alpena showing schooners and lumber stacks stretched along the river banks.
      The Thunder Bay River at Alpena showing schooners and lumber stacks stretched ...
  • Churchill Lumber Company Vessel W.J. CARTER
        The W.J. CARTER was built in 1886 and came under the ownership of the Churchill Lumber Company, Alpena, in 1907 until about 1913. Here the CARTER sits in the Thunder Bay River being loaded with lumber.
      The W.J. CARTER was built in 1886 and came under the ownership ...
  • CITY OF ALPENA entering Thunder Bay River
        Built in 1897 as the CITY OF ALPENA, she was renamed to CITY OF ALPENA II in 1912 and was owned by the Detroit and Cleveland Steam Navigation Company until 1921.
      Built in 1897 as the CITY OF ALPENA, she was renamed to ...
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